|This is the quilt I demonstrated techniques with.|
This month I hosted my final Paper Snowflakes BOM class. The class focused on developing and learning a wide variety of foundation paper piecing techniques. I had a great bunch of quilters to work with and I want to share with you what they accomplished!
Enjoy the Paper Snowflake Parade!
Rose made this quilt for her grandson's girlfriend. She used two kits to create a larger quilt.
These are Laura's blocks, the colors in her blocks give them a strong retro feel.
Susan did a wonderful job getting all her blocks done even as she was recovering from an injury!
Marti couldn't make the last session, but she sent a photo of her finished top. I can't wait to see it in person!
Terri is auditioning different fabrics for her setting blocks.
Virginia has everything ready to sew together. She even managed to find a different fabric for her border.
Alma is all set to sew her block together, but there was some discussion about changing some fabric choices. I am excited to see the results.
Beth is also exploring the option of a different setting fabric. Her blocks have a fun 30's flair to them.
Debbie is creating her quilt for a nephew, lucky guy! The Fall colors in her quilt are gorgeous.
Donna brought a puzzle for me to solve. I hope we figured everything out. I am excited to see the results.
Julie brought a lot of options to the wall. We all agreed on the bold pink setting blocks. The inner border is open to what is available.
Judy did a wonderful job making the quilt larger by adding a decorative border piece. I think she is a bigger Hugh Jackman fan than I am!
Next up is the Dynamic Duo!
I would like to think that Irma and Peggy had so much fun in class that they couldn't wait to create a second quilt at home. Both did a fabulous job and here are the results.
This was Erma's class project, a black and white version.
Here is what Erma did on the side. This was my friend from this post: https://lindabcreative.blogspot.com/2019/10/asking-for-friend.html
This is Peggy's class quilt, check out those fancy corner blocks in the border!
This was Peggy's second quilt. I love the mitered borders!
I apologize to Diana. I know you were in the class, but somehow I didn't get a picture of you and your quilt.
Since this last session was optional, not all participated. I hope that you will bring your finished tops and quilts to a Rooster Creek Guild Meeting so I can see them.
Now on to making plans for next year!